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Old 07-25-2012, 08:40 AM
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Stupid Question...Running Boards

Ok, I'm selling the running boards that came on my truck when I bought it. I see its just a few bolts on each bracket holding it on the truck. My question is are those bolts on the truck factory or are they part of the Running Boards? Gotta know by tonight because He's coming to get them and I just want to make sure to give him those unless I need them to stay on the truck for some reason? Thanks for your help!
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Old 07-25-2012, 09:02 AM
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They go with the steps.
You don't want them sticking out anyways lol


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They go with the steps.
You don't want them sticking out anyways lol


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Ok, just wanted to make sure they didn't have to do with the cab on the frame or some crossmemeber or something lol. BTW, your truck is sick. did you wire those inner fogs into the outer ones or are they all seperate?
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Separate... wired to an upfitter switch

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Couldn't you just wire them into each of the factory ones and and have them all come on at the same time when you use the factory switch? or would that not work?
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Couldn't you just wire them into each of the factory ones and and have them all come on at the same time when you use the factory switch? or would that not work?
You could run them through a relay to have them come on but in most states it's illegal to run more than 4 lights at a time if I remember correctly.
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